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of heaven" by dr. alexander who was a neurosurgeon who was in a coma and had a near death experience. and during that entire time he was on the wings of a butterfly. he went to heaven on the wings of a butterfly. the messages are love. there's nothing to be afraid of, and you can't do anything wrong. dreams are more real than this life. that's what dr. alexander said and that's what sarah had told me, you know, in june. i read this book in november. so when that -- when i read that book and i had that realization that this was real, i had what i think the saints call ectasy. that moment of ectasy when you really know god. you really know that it's real. that eternal life is real. i had that feeling. it was amazing. ever since then i've felt so much at peace because i know, i know with every fiber of my being that my girls are okay. >> how will you spend christmas? it will be a year on normally such a happy day, a family day for you. it's going to be excruciating painful day. where will you be? what will you do, you think? >> every day has been awful. there have been all sorts of -- t
a book about a month ago called proof of heaven by dr. alexander, and he is a surgeon that had a near-death experience and during that entire time he was on the wings of a butterfly and he went to heaven on the wings of a butterfly. the messages are love. there's nothinto be afraid of. you can't do anything wrong. and dreams are more real than this life. and that's what dr. alexander said, and that's what sarah told me in june and i read this book in november. when i read that book and had the realization that this was real, and i had what the saints call ecstasy, when you really know god and you know that eternal life is real, and i had that feeling. it was amazing. and every since then i have felt so much at peace because i know -- i know with every fiber of my being that my girls are okay. >> how will you spend christmas? it will be a year, and normally such a happy day for you, it will be a painful day, and what do you think you will do, do you think? >> every day has been awful and there have been all sorts -- they talk about when parents lose a child the first-year anniversary o
years on earth and they get to heaven and at the pearly gates they find a rabbi, they're going to be in great shape. >> we were on an airplane flying to europe, which we do every year, and we were up in a compartment just the two of us, and i woke up and it was just starting to get a little light. and i saw this figure with a shawl on and doing this mumbo jumbo, i thought maybe i had died. >> so then i said, when i tell the story, i say this is kind of man john mccain is. he things that heaven is populated by praying jews. what a guy. >> i had never known a person in my life that lives his religion to the degree that joe lieberman does. he's such a great contrast to people like me and lindsey because i've never seen him lose his temper. i've never seen him insult anyone, i've never seen him treat anyone but with the greatest courtesy. i cannot say that about lindsey or myself. >> your temper is legendary. >> very calm. >> very calm, level headed. >> absolutely. >> have you ever known him to not lose his temper? >> i just realized they do really -- >> 1973. >> they do a great se
you out of hell and into heaven. i say, you need the lord in your life, not because you're going to die tonight, but because you've got to live tomorrow. and you need not the better life -- the good life, you need the better life. >> you and your wife can't be married 37 years, very long and successful marriage. have you had big problems in that marriage? if you're honest? >> oh, absolutely. our problems started on the honeymoon. we had a very unusual courtship. i took my wife out on our first date and eight days later, we were engaged. before we even had a second date. and then at the end of that, we were going to college together. at the end of that year, she moved to birmingham, alabama, to work at an inner city african-american church. i moved to nagasaki, japan, to teach english. our entire courtship, we were apart. it was by letters. so when we actually got married, it was like we knew we were in love with each other and we felt god put us together. but it was like, and who are you? and my wife and i are the exact opposite in every detail of our dna except our commitment to
, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven. charlotte, daniel, olivia, josephine, ana, dylan, madeleine, catherine, chase, jesse, james, grace, emilie, jack, noah, caroline, jessica, benjamin, avielle, allison. god has called them all home. for those of us who remain, let us find the strength to carry on and make our country worthy of their memory. may god bless and keep those we've lost in his heavenly place. may he grace those we still have with his holy comfort, and may he bless and watch over this community and the united states of america. [ applause ] [ applause ] >> on behalf of the newtown clergy association, we are so grateful to our president for spending time with us and for reminding us that we are not alone in this time of tragedy, that there's not just a country standing behind us, that there's a world standing behind us. those words i know as difficult as they were to hear for some, brought much consolation to all. i want to thank our governor and all the state officials who have been by our side since day one. they have been a remarkable reminder to us of their humanity and their c
. >> when you're with them, what do you feel? >> i feel like i'm in heaven. i don't have to hear from my children or wife or nobody. i'm in heaven. >> totally at peace when you're with them? >> yes. >> you've always been like that with them? >> always, always. if i didn't have my pigeons, my marriage would be a mess. >> really? >> yeah. >> your wife is happy about the pigeons? >> she loves them. >> i want to show you a bit of footage. >> she tries to get them out of the garage so she can put her car in the garage. >> how selfish of her. >> i said, these are live-in creatures, they have a breath and a heart. and you're going to let them freeze outside. they can't go inside because of a car? a car? it gets you into accidents. it gets flats. >> exactly. >> run out of gas. cost you money. >> pigeons never run out of gas. >> never, never. >> i want to just talk briefly about the person i think was the most instrumental guy in effectively saving you. and that was your great trainer. when i watched the one man show, you talked so emotionally about him and the way that he took you and turned you
in heaven. and it is a free gift. i receive it by grace. there's a verse in the bible that says, to those who believe and receive, to him he gave the right to become children of god. that's what i think it's all about, believing and receiving. >> pastor rick, happy holidays. >> thank you very much. merry christmas. >> that's all for us. >> that's all for us. merry christmas. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> i'm don lemon. let's get you up to speed on the day's headlines. i want you to watch this amazing new video that we just got in. do you see that? that is dashcam video as a russian plane exploded and flaming parts landed on a highway near moscow. four of the eight crew members on board were killed. no one on the highway, though, was hurt. there were no other passengers on the plane, similar in size to a 757. the plane broke into three pieces as it overshot the runway. the airliner was running from the czech republic. amazing video. >>> also tonight, new video of a bronx woman who faces a second-degree murder charge in what police call the hate crime death of a man shoved onto
, those whose hearts have been broken forever. we bring to you 20 new stars in the heavens, 20 new saints, 20 new angels. we bring to you those who risked their lives for us every day, not counting the cost. and we bring to you those who guide, those who counsel, those who bless and embrace the confused and the broken. and now in this prayer we bring to you ourselves, our brokenness, our questions, our doubts, our anger, and our hearts. and we pray for the peace, the hope, and the renewal of trust that can come only from a god who first conceived us in love and placed a hand of compassion on each of our shoulders, even in this most challenging time. and so tonight, for our community, a community deeply pained, we ask you to heal the brokenness, to answer our questions, to replace our doubts with certainty, our anger with peace, and our hurt with healing. god, we thank you for this town. we thank you for its people. and we thank you for this opportunity to stand together and not to fall apart. amen. >> now a final blessing of hope through faith in jesus christ from the words of st. john an
went straight into heaven. there's no doubt about that. >> don, the reason why soto's family decided to hold this vigil tonight, the reason why they showed up and gave us pictures, pictures by the way that soto's mother picked out because they were her favorite pictures. the reason why they did all this is because they did not want soto to be remembered as just a victim. they wanted her to be remembered as a dedicated teacher, a loving daughter, a loving sister. at one point her sister, carley, she stood up and spoke to everyone who came out here today and she said the words that she had tweeted earlier today. she said, hug your loved ones, tell them how much you love them because you never know when you will ever see them again. these were the words spoken by her younger sister, 19-year-old carley. this is how they want her remembered. don? >> jason, you are exactly right. these are not just victims. they're extraordinary people who have led extraordinary lives and taken away way too soon. jason carroll, thank you very much for that report. witnesses say the first shots rang out yes
herself out there, she is just an angel, and she just went straight into heaven. there is no doubt about that. >> reporter: as you can see, anderson, obviously, it is an emotional struggle for so many people out here tonight. at one moment, carly soto, she is nineteen years old, she stood up in front of several hundred people gathered out here tonight. and she spoke just briefly, she reminded the audience to hug your loved ones, she said, because you just never know when you're going to see them again. it was a very powerful moment as the family paid tribute to a woman who they say was a dedicated teacher. a loving daughter, and someone who loved her children or her students. anderson? >> oh, one family says they owe their son's life to vicky soto. they spoke to kate baldwin, about their son yesterday and how he is coping with what they have seen. >> reporter: anderson, they had two children at the elementary school yesterday. a second grader and their son in first grade, who they say it is a miracle he made it out alive after coming face to face with the shooter. >> and that is when the
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